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What is the next chapter for the book publishing industry?

     Book Expo America show floor

A team of senior Universal Logistics executives visited Book Expo America, held in New York May 27-29, to get the latest news on what is happening in the book publishing business.

“This is a must-attend event for us because we always pick up market intelligence that translates into better service for our clients,” said Mark Glionna, Vice President – Client Relations.  Mark was accompanied by Chris Barnard, Vice-President – Projects & Market Development, and John Leis, Manager – Client Relations.  “We saw many familiar faces and were introduced to some new contacts who will help us build an even stronger network within the book publishing business,” said Mr. Barnard. 

For more information, contact Chris Barnard, Vice President – Projects & Market Development.

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